Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Blood and Gore
- No Interactive Elements
This is an action-simulation game in which players control a shark through story-based hunting campaigns and evolution cycles. From a third-person perspective, players explore oceans, eat sea creatures, and attack boats and humans. The players' shark attacks by diving, biting, and/or slashing its tail at prey, resulting in large splatters/mists of blood. Some areas prompt players to kill a certain number of beachgoers or hunters in order to progress; other levels contain one-on-one battles against rival sharks. Cutscenes also depict intense acts of violence: a shark leaping onto a boat to bite off a man's arm; a shark biting off a man's leg; a bloodied man stabbing a shark while being chewed on. Voiceovers/dialogue contains some mature humor (jokes about defecation, urination), including sexual material (e.g., “My grandfather called a vagina 'the little man in a canoe'"; “...they enjoy a steady diet of hypodermic needles and used pregnancy tests”; “The nettle's tentacles can be quite alluring to curious predators… or jellyfish fetishists.”). Text includes references to drugs such as heroin, cocaine, marijuana, and fentanyl. The game contains several partially bleeped/censored words such as "f**k" and "sh*t"; there are also words in Cajun French that translate to "f**k you" and "sh*t" (e.g., "p*c k*e toi," "m*rde").